'On Board' or 'On Shore'

Most guests choose to eat some meals on board and some on shore but it's completely up to you.  See below for some of the most popular on board dishes and some of our favourite restaurants.  Let us know what you like and the crew will create a custom meal plan for you.

We have received fantastic reviews for our gluten free, vegetarian and pescatarian options so let us know if you have any dietarary restrictions or preferences.

Imported alcohol is heavily taxed in Thailand.  To partly offset this, we have secured wholesale pricing on wine from The Wine Gallery.  We will arrange for your order to be on board when you arrive.  Local beer is quite nice and reasonably priced plus you can bring one litre of spirits per person with you into Thailand duty-free.

Popular On Board Meals - International

Avocado on Toast


Banana Pancakes


Crispy Skin Salmon


Fried Eggs, Sausage & Potato

Fried eggs, sausage and potato.

Chicken & Quesadillas


Steak & Onion Rings

Steak and onion rings.

Popular On Board Meals - Thai & Asian

Steamed Whole Fish

Steamed fish with coriander sauce

Tom Kha Kai

Tom kha kai

Chili Prawns

Chili Prawns

Vegetables in Oyster Sauce

Stir fried vegetables in oyster sauce.

Tiger Prawns & Garlic


Squid & Thai Basil


Our Favourite Restaurants

Kata Rocks


For sunset drinks and dinner it's hard to beat the restaurant at Kata Rocks Resort ( ).  Excellent food, cocktails and wine list.  During high season there is a dock in front of the resort otherwise get dropped off at Kata Beach and call ahead for a pick-up or take a taxi.  (Yes, that's Blue Moon in the backgrond of the photo.)

Paradise Koh Yao


There are two restaurants at Paradise Koh Yao ( ) - we ate at Al Fresco (pictured) which is a-la-carte Italian.  Food was very good and reasonably priced. Corkage fees are only 500thb/bottle so consider bringing your own wine.  The resort has a dock all year so it’s an easy drop-off/pick-up by dinghy from Blue Moon.  Nice beach bar as well for after-dinner drinks.

Rayavadee Resort


There are three top quality restaurants at Rayavadee Resort ( ).  We ate at Krua Phranang, the Thai restaurant (pictured), which was excellent with a great view of the bay.  Corkage fee is 1,200thb/bottle if you prefer to bring your own wine.  Drop-off/pick-up is easy using the main Railay Beach floating dock.

Six Senses Yao Noi


Six Senses on Koh Yao Noi is a great addition to your itinerary ( ).  They have a sheltered pier for easy dry landing regardless of the season and several restaurants and bars to choose from.  The top of the resort is The Hilltop Reserve (pictured) for a truly special experience.  Corkage fees 1,200thb/bottle otherwise they have a nice wine list.